The search giant has developed a new service that lets you query a database for data, but it has been criticised for the privacy implications.
The service, called Micronet, has been around for a while and was developed by Microsoft Research in a bid to make it easier to query the data stored in its database.
But now it’s becoming clear that this technology is a big problem for privacy.
The company claims that it has built a ‘noSQL’ (no-SQL) database that can be queried at the push of a button.
But many people are sceptical about the claims.
Micronet’s founder, Simon Wachs, told Wired that he believes that Microsoft has the technology to create a noSQL database and said that Microsoft Research has never said that they have built a no-SQL database.
“They never claimed to build a database.
They’re trying to claim that they did,” he said.
Micronext, the company behind Micronets noSQL DB, said that the technology has never been tested for privacy or security, and claimed that Microneterx is trying to use its technology to help companies improve their own systems.
“This is not a new concept,” Microner said.
“This technology has been used by many other companies in the past.
Micronett has never claimed it has this capability, or even that it does this.
We do not have the capability.”
The technology is also being used by Facebook, which has said that it will soon be using Micronete technology for its own systems, and Google, which said it had purchased the company in 2013.
It has also been used in Microsoft Research’s Azure cloud computing platform, and is used by other big tech companies, including Amazon.com, Cisco, eBay, Netflix, Pinterest and Uber.
But Microsoft Research and Microninet are also at odds with each other.
Microsoft Research is the company that built Microsoft’s cloud computing and analytics services.
Micronext has been the developer of the company’s SQL Server, and its Azure database.
The technology has also proven controversial for privacy advocates, as many people have been concerned that companies could use it to query their own data for privacy purposes.
Microsoft has always defended its use of NoSQL databases, saying that it helps them to store information and queries are less intrusive than other databases.
However, Microneta has said in the last year that it is planning to build its own noSQL databases.
Microsoft, however, said it would not be using any of its existing systems in these databases.
“Microsoft Research has not said it has the capability to build these systems,” a spokesperson said.
“We do not believe that they do.
We will not be building our own no-sql databases.”
The spokesperson added that Microsoft is not going to be using the software from Micronette, but that Microsoft was in talks with Micronite about developing a new technology.
Micronics new technology has not been used for anything.
“Micronerx has not built a database,” the spokesperson said, adding that Microsoft had not built its own database for its Azure cloud services, and that Microsoft does not own the technology.
Microsoft researchers have also been working on new technologies that could help to improve privacy.
In October, the firm revealed that it had developed a tool that could be used to filter search results for specific terms, such as ‘fraud’, ‘crime’, ‘hate crimes’, or ‘hate crime targets’.
The company said that its tool could be applied to the content of the internet as well as search results, so that it could identify and remove any content that is “not in line with Microsoft’s standards for privacy”.
The technology was also used in a new system called Bing Privacy Shield, which would give users a higher level of control over their online browsing and data collection.
It would allow them to opt out of the Microsoft browser extension known as ‘Do Not Track’, which would allow websites to track users online.
In the past, Microsoft has been accused of tracking its users’ online activities.
Microsoft has also launched its own privacy service, dubbed Bing Privacy Protect, that aims to provide consumers with greater control over the personal data that they share with the search engine.